To tie in with my first review those fine folks at Fahrenheit have generously provided a set of Charlie and Rose books by Jo Perry for me to give away. If you’ve read my review of Dead Is Better, you’ll know that I adored the first of these and can not recommend it highly enough. I’ve yet to read books two and three, but can’t wait to get back in to that world.
The set comprises paperbacks of Dead is Better, Dead is Good and Dead is Best.
All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning is find the pinned tweet of my Dead is Better review on my twitter profile, @ThatMattKeyes, and Retweet it with comment, being sure to tag me in the comment so I can find you easily. This also prevents bots entering.
That’s it. Simple as.
Get your RTs in before 6pm UK time next Sunday (5thAugust 2018) for a chance to win some amazing paperbacks.
All three books are available to buy directly from Fahrenheit press too, find them here:
A bit of research in to running a site seems to suggest that if I’m going to have a give away I need some Ts and Cs, regardless of this being a small site on its launch day and regardless of how many people are likely to enter. So here they are:
- The prize is 1 x set of 3 Jo Perry paperbacks consisting of 1 x Dead is Better, 1 x Dead is Best, 1 x Dead is Good.
- We reserve the right to offer an alternative of similar value. No cash alternative is available.
- To enter you must Retweet with Comment the pinned tweet on @ThatMattKeyes Twitter profile. The comment must also tag @ThatMattKeyes.
- The content of the comment will not be a deciding factor; this is a random draw. We do however reserve the right to disqualify abusive comments at our sole discretion.
- Retweets only, without comment, will not be entered; this is to guard against bots.
- Any entry believed to be from a bot account will be disqualified. This is at our sole discretion.
- Entries must be received by 18:00 BST 5thAugust 2018.
- Winner will be notified within seven days of closing date / time via Twitter.
- Winner will have twenty-eight days to claim their prize. If winner does not claim within this time another winner may be drawn.
- Our decision is final.
I think that covers everything, hopefully that last bit wasn’t too dull.